Creative work is being done quickly and at an affordable price, thanks to AI software that generates text, images and other media. But drawbacks of AI include work that’s generated without compensation and attribution for source material.
Bob Ross’ first TV painting is for sale. You can buy it for $9.8 million.
When Bob Ross painted “A Walk in the Woods,” no one knew he would go on to star in more than 400 episodes of “The Joy of Painting,” most of which was filmed and produced in Muncie, Indiana.Read More
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts leader hired for top role at IMA at Newfields
The announcement completes a hiring process that lasted nearly four years and sparked historic changes at Newfields art museum and gardens.Read More
Vinyl record artist Lobyn Hamilton taking a spin at Newfields
Lobyn Hamilton prepared six music-themed “flag” collages for a Newfields exhibition titled “What I Have You Have.”Read More
Salvador Dali imagery to be displayed at Newfields’ Lume in 2024
The Dali exhibition and a Van Gogh encore were announced during the annual meeting for the 140-year-old museum.Read More
Leading tech companies are rushing to integrate artificial intelligence text-to-image generators into Adobe Photoshop, YouTube and other familiar tools.
Indianapolis-based Devon Ashley, who has played with artists in just about every musical genre, has survived three brushes with death and is about to head off on a European concert tour with New Age musician Simrit Kaur.
This weekend, he will receive the lifetime achievement award from PleinAir Magazine at Denver’s Plein Air Convention & Expo.
The author of sci-fi and fantasy novels was hired by Marvel Comics and publisher Smart Pop to write “Black Panther: T’Challa Declassified,” scheduled to publish in January.
Indianapolis native Adrian Matejka wrote the text for the graphic novel, which can be viewed as a companion to “The Big Smoke,” his award-winning 2013 poetry collection inspired by Johnson.
Long-running playwright Crystal V. Rhodes portrays women as unstoppable forces of endurance, resilience and creativity.
A Grammy Award nomination and the fandom of LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy factor in the improbable story of ‘The Clouds.’
A $3 million gift from life science entrepreneur Kent Hawryluk is spurring the addition of the sculptures at the park known as 100 Acres.
The Indy Arts Council offers its Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship every other year to 40 artists and arts administrators. The current class of fellows is receiving $10,000 each for research, instruction, travel and other experiences that recharge creativity.
Lucas Silveira was one of 24 artists and writers selected to participate this year in a series of workshops and training launched by DC Comics and a New York company.
Once every four years, the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis and the American Pianists Association jazz contest share space on the city’s arts calendar, but many Indianapolis-area residents are unaware that the city hosts the events.
The idea came to Lobyn Hamilton after he moved into a former grocery store in the neighborhood where he spent the earliest years of his life.
Indianapolis-based art historian Sarah Urist Green is part of the curatorial team for Butter fine art fair, scheduled Sept. 1-4 at the Stutz.
Indianapolis artist Tasha Beckwith is set to paint a mural to celebrate the legacy of entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker, who built a hair-care product empire and became known as the “first self-made female millionaire” in the United States.
Jules Muck, known for her “Muck Rock” tag, painted at the Indy Walls art center in Sacred Heart and at Fling Bungee Fitness in Noblesville.
On the 10th anniversary of the “46 for XLVI” project, the Indy Arts Council is talking with artists, building owners and the public to determine what’s next for the murals.
Host Mason King talks with Big Car CEO Jim Walker about the art campus the organization has developed in the neighborhood and how the group is trying to ensure artists aren’t eventually priced out of being there.